Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Back to School

It is Back to School time for millions of people.  I want to make sure that each child learns about yard safety awareness. Actually, I continue to promote Yard Safety Awareness since often times children cut grass to make some money or satisfy family chores. Furthermore, children are involved in about 25% of all yard accidents.

Yard Safety Awareness applies to everyone.  Therefore, I encourage communities and schools to offer Yard Safety Awareness educational programs as part of their education programs. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is available to make special appearances to add some entertainment value to the educational experience.

I wish everyone a great and safe school year.  Think before you cut. It hurts. (tm)  

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Turf Thong

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has designed the Yard Safety Thong to improve turf trimming safety. For those special moments when you want to express your concern for turf trimming safety, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man introduces the Yard Safety Thong. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man suggests wearing the Yard Safety Thong to communicate the yard safety awareness message and make a spectacular fashion statement. The Yard Safety Thong exudes turf trimming safety.

Panty-minimalists love our casual thong that covers sweet spots without covering your assets; putting an end to panty-lines. This under-goodie is "outta sight" in low-rise pants. Toss these message panties onstage at your favorite rock star or share a surprise message with someone special.

* Form fitting. Body-hugging close contoured fit.
* 5.8 oz. 100% Ultra-fine combed ring spun 1x1 baby rib cotton
* Size up for a looser fit
* Sizes: Small, Medium, and Large
* Super soft high end woven elastic trim
* Made in the U.S.A.

Please e-walk into the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Shop (tm) at http://www.cafepress.com/rescuerick/ to order the Yard Safety Thong (Product Number: 11623408) as well as browse other Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man merchandise.

Be yard safe! Think before you cut. It hurts! Be a yard safety crusader! Thank you!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Sunday, July 28, 2019

Horatio Alger Award

Horatio Alger, Jr. (January 13, 1832 – July 18, 1899) was a 19th-century American author who wrote over 130 dime novels. Many of his works have been described as rags to riches stories, illustrating how down-and-out boys might be able to achieve the American dream of wealth and success through hard work, courage, determination, and concern for others. He is noted as a significant figure in the history of American cultural and social ideals. (Accessed from Wikepedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horatio_Alger)

Also, I can indentify with the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans. Founded in 1947, the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans continues to fulfill its mission of honoring the achievements of outstanding individuals in our society who have succeeded in spite of adversity and of encouraging young people to pursue their dreams through higher education.
The Association brings the “Horatio Alger Heroes” of today together with those of tomorrow by bestowing the Horatio Alger Award each year and by awarding more than $8.5 million annually in college scholarships to young people. Horatio Alger Scholars have faced challenges and realize that a college education is the avenue to a better future. The Association also provides its scholarship recipients with financial aid counseling, and internship and job placement assistance. (Accessed from the Horatio Alger website http://www.horatioalger.org/)

I first became aware of the Horatio Alger Award while working at Bear Stearns, the investment bank headquartered in New York City. Mr. Alan "Ace" Greenberg was presented the Horatio Alger Award in 1997. "When Greenberg was 31, two major events happened—one would put him on top of the financial world; the other had the ability to bring it all crashing down. Greenberg was named a partner of Bear Stearns, and he was diagnosed with a cancer that had less than a 50 percent survival rate. Greenberg faced both challenges with his usual courage and confidence. He underwent surgery and began months of convalescence. For the next 12 years he had checkups at the Mayo Clinic every six months." I can relate to Mr. Alan "Ace" Greenberg, the legendary CEO and Chairman of Bear Stearns (now Chairman of the Executive Committee) who overcame much adversity in his life to become such a personal and professional success. Actually, I can relate to the adversity part of his life. Also, there are many household names who have achieved the Horatio Alger Award.

Likewise, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has experienced considerable adversity, including some significant setbacks associated with his severe lawn mower accident. I have been inspired by the many life stories of the Horatio Alger Heroes and Scholars. I hope to be presented the Horatio Alger Award and join a great team of man and women who overcame adversity often times for the betterment of mankind.

"Never give up because someday you will overcome adversity." -- Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com

Friday, July 19, 2019

Yard Landscaping Turf Safety Footwear

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has designed yard landscaping turf safety footwear. Incidentally, Richard Mudrinich (Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man) is the first person in the world to conceptualize and design yard safety footwear. He is driven to promote yard safety awareness and promote various products and services to rescue individuals from yard accidents. He had a severe lawn mower accident that resulted in the partial amputation of his left foot.

He has received a divine direction (patent) from God to continue to promote the concept of yard safety footwear. He recognizes that other individuals have taken his idea as their own. He wishes that those individuals would acknowledge that Richard Mudrinich (Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man) is the inventor of yard safety footwear. Furthermore, there are some individuals who exhibited unethical, unprofessional, and maybe illegal behavior with regards to private discussions, especially involving some federal, federal affiliated, and commerical organizations that exist to help an entrepreneur development his idea into a business, including protecting intellectual property.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man lives in pain every day because of his lawn mower accident. He is obsessive compulsive about yard safety awareness. If not for his yard accidents and promotion of yard safety awareness, including products and services, there would not be any focus of developing the niche market of yard safety footwear. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man suggests that individuals consider their respective situations with regards to their entry into the world of yard safety footwear. It is not appropriate to steal from others. It is a violation of one of the Ten Commandments!

Nonetheless, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man recognizes that yard safety gear is just one aspect of the overall yard safety wellness program. He realizes that most yard accidents can be prevented. Therefore, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man stresses the importance of yard safety tips, involving suggested human behavior, so that people think and act with regards to yard safety.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is the inventor of yard safety footwear (landscaping safety footwear, turf management safety footwear, etc.) Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man believes that God will provide Richard Mudrinich (Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man) the means and resources in order to complete His work. In God We Trust!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com/


Yard Safety Poem

Yard Safety Awareness (Poem)
By Richard Mudrinich

Think before you cut. It hurts!
Sometimes even blood spurts.
You go to the emergency room.
You sometimes go to the operating room.

You become dependent on the care of a medical professional.
Sometimes even congressional.
It costs everyone a lot of money.
It is far from funny.

Sometimes you yell ouch
Spending many hours at home on the couch.
After the accident things are not the same.
Life presents you with a new and different game.

Many people want to prevent a yard tragedy.
Many medical professionals work in harmony.
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is here today
So that yard accidents go away.

Think before you cut. It hurts!
Think before you cut. It hurts!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Outdoor Equipment Fatalities

I learned of a few more lawn mower fatalities recently. I am sad to hear of the deaths of these individuals. Indeed, there have been some advances in outdoor power equipment safety. There can always be room for improvement. Nonetheless, I pray that people can hear my yard safety awareness cry to prevent yard accidents.

I have learned through my personal yard accident and yard safety advocacy that most people do not care about yard safety until there is an accident. It seems to be human nature for some people. I have heard people use the David Letterman analogy of "stupid human tricks" to describe the traumatic yard accidents involving people - sometimes animals. It is not stupid. People need yard safety education to at least instill some necessary caution to respect the power and limitations of the machine. Also, people need to learn what to do when they have a concern or question about operating their yard equipment.

I commit many hours each day to yard safety awareness - essentially for free. There is little demand for my products and services, despite the constant on-slaught of yard accidents and fatalities. Nonetheless, I am proud that some people and companies have take a few of my ideas.

After my yard accident, I was approached by various attorneys who discussed taking legal action against the various parties associated with my lawn mower accident. Since my yard accident, I have lived in poverty - recovering on many levels and living in pain each day. My passion for yard safety awareness is so great that I declined to entertain taking legal action against anyone. I want to collaborate with many organizations that have anything to do with yard safety awareness. I want to find a cure for yard accidents. I want to make people yard safety intelligent - not yard safety stupid.

Once again, I offer my deepest sympathies to the friends and families who have lost a loved one to a yard accident. I offer my support to those have experienced a yard accident. I offer my friendship to those associated with the outdoor power equipment and distribution industries. I offer my gratitude to those involved in the medical community to provide health care for those experience a yard accident. I offer my gratitude to God to plant seeds for yard safety awareness in preparation for a day of safe work and harvest. I invite anyone to become a yard safety crusader.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is here today so that yard accidents go away! Think before you cut. It hurts! Be yard safe!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com



Freedom

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man likes his freedom to push his toy lawn mower around America promoting yard safety awareness. If he wants to dress like a yard safety super hero, he can in America. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man lives the American Dream. Also, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man lives to promote yard safety awareness beyond America to the entire world.

Think before you cut. It hurts! Be yard safe!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com

Grass Cut Feat Neat

Grass Cut Feat Neat
By Richard Mudrinich

Grass cut tall
Grass cut short
Grass cut feat
Some have nine toe feet.

Some like it tall
Some like it short
Some like it neat
Keep both of your feet.

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com

Sunday, June 30, 2019

Thong

For those special moments when you want to express your concern for their yard safety, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man introduces the Yard Safety Thong. Also, Spring is in the air, and the beach is near. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man suggests wearing the Yard Safety Thong to communicate the yard safety awareness message and make a spectacular fashion statement. Otherwise, the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Thong underwear is your safety secret. Furthermore, the Yard Safety Thong offers a fun and informative conversation piece as a creative interior design accent. Also, the Yard Safety Thong stimulates discussions for advancing safety in the workplace and beyond. The Yard Safety Thong exudes yard safety. Yard safety is a serious game! Think before you cut. It hurts!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com

National Safety Month

Each June, the National Safety Council encourages businesses to get involved and participate in National Safety Month. Each week carries a theme that brings attention to critical safety issues.

(Source:  http://www.nsc.org/nsm/)

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man applauds the safety awareness generated by the various National Safety Month promotions. Likewise, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man recognizes that many of these weekly themes apply to yard safety as well. Furthermore, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is the founder of Yard Safety Awareness Day, which takes place the first day of each season. Summer starts on June 21st, and Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man will celebrating another Yard Safety Awareness Day. Actually, everyday is yard safety awareness day. Safety never sleeps. Accidents can happen in a split second and change lives forever and eternity. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man recognizes the importance of safety education. He strives to educate and entertain. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is a creative innovator who has inspired several individuals and institutions to rethink and advance safety education and awareness.  
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is here today so that yard accidents go away.

THANK YOU to the National Safety Council for creating and promoting National Safety Month. June is here, and safety is in the air. Think and live safety!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Friday, June 21, 2019

Yard Safety Awareness Day

The First Day of Summer 2019 is Friday, June 21st. It is another Yard Safety Awareness Day (YSAD). YSAD? I am sad because I am thinking about all of the people who had yard accidents and got hurt or died. I celebrate because I want to create awareness so that other people can be rescued from yard accidents and live safe lives. Actually, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man celebrates Yard Safety Awareness the first day of each season. Yard safety awareness exists everyday all year long across all different seasons throughout the world. Please take a moment and learn more about yard safety. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is here today so that yard accidents go away. Think before you cut. It hurts! Be yard safe!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com



Sunday, June 16, 2019

Happy Father's Day

It is FATHER'S DAY this Sunday, June 16, 2019. It is important for FATHERS around the world to teach their children about yard safety. HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!

Also, I want to offer my condolences and sympathies to those individuals and families whose fathers have passed away.

In particular, I want to take a moment and reflect and pay tribute to my dad, Robert N. Mudrinich (December 22, 1930 - November 13, 1995). My dad died November 13, 1995. My dad was the greatest man that I have ever known. He was Christ-like in many ways, and he was very resourceful and patient. He reached out to those less fortunate as well as those more fortunate. He was self-taught on many levels. He was an innovative and inventive genius. My dad really was a super hero. Therefore, it is no wonder that I want to save the world from yard accidents. My dad would have been the biggest fan and ingenious supporter of the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man yard safety advocacy. Now, my dad lives with Jesus; his body rests in Morefield Cemetery located in Hermitage, Pennsylvania. My dad was a saint. He would have worn a Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man T-Shirt around town with pride until it was threads. In many ways, I do not think that my dad would be surprised by my passion to reach out to other people. He would embrace Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man, while some others think I am just an idiot. I wish that he still lived on Earth. I miss my dad. I really loved my dad. He was a great man. Before I die, I want to ride a lawn mower across America and then continue around the world. I want to be buried in my Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man super hero costume.

In short, I want FATHERS to learn about yard safety. I want MOTHERS to learn about yard safety. I want FAMILIES to learn about yard safety. I want CHILDREN to ask their PARENTS about yard safety. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is here today to promote yard safety awareness and rescue individuals, families, and institutions from yard accidents.

In addition, Richard Mudrinich is a father as well - a father and pioneer of various yard safety characters, products, and services. His nickname is Mud. Some people think that he is backwards, yet he is not Dum(b). He is Mud - Man of Unexplained Desire.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man (Richard T. Mudrinich) is the father and inventor of yard (garden grass grounds landscaping lawn mowing turf) safety footwear, including boots, galoshes, overshoes, and shoes. He is the father of yard safety educational concepts, tools, and venues, including apparel, artwork, coloring and activity books, comic books, games, media, software, etc.

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has given birth to a family of characters to educate and entertain folks on his yard safety awareness message. It all started with Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man after Mud had a severe lawn mower accident that resulted in the partial amputation of his left foot. Next, Tripod the Dog become the faithful sidekick of Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man. Tripod has three legs after experiencing a yard accident as well. Furthermore, MowBoVatar was born as an ambassador to the technology communities and venues as part robot and part avatar programmed with the mission to broadcast the yard safety message. The Twin Blades were introduced to represent the economic, environmental, and humanitarian challenges that exist between commerce, health, and public interest with regards to the fragile balance of saving the people versus saving the company. Army Armadillo was born to highlight the need for personal protective equipment. Toxy Turfy advocates yard chemical safety. Shaky focuses on health and machine vibration concerns. Zilch is a number man who keeps count of yard accidents and dreams of the number zero when the goal of zero yard accidents is finally achieved. There is still work that needs to be done. Moreover, Mud is the father of Yard Safety Crusaders - a growing group of concerned citizens around the world who want to communicate the yard safety message.

In addition, Mud is a serial social adventurer and father of festive informative characters. While in college, Mud created Captain Junk Food and the Four Food Groups to promote healthy nutrition and a balanced diet.

Furthermore, Mud is Richard Mudrinich as well - probably the biggest most complex character of them all. Think. Dream. Think some more. Be whatever character you want to be. Be yourself first. Live.

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! I MISS MY DAD!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Monday, June 10, 2019

Babette

I developed a passion for disabled and challenged persons at a young age. As a child, I had a dog named Babette who developed a condition called "floating kneecaps." In essence, her kneecaps would slip out of place, and she would drag her legs or walk only on her front paws. Furthermore, Babette had a very sweet personality. She loved everyone. Furthermore, I reached out to Babette recognizing some of her physical limitations and admiring her many positive characteristics. Unfortunately, Babette was killed by a car during a visit by one of my relatives who let Babette out to get some fresh-air. I did not learn about this until it was too late. It was a very sad day because Babette embodied a spirit of innocence and love for all animals and people. Babette was a wonderful little doggy.

After my lawn mower accident, I had a series of surgeries to care for the partial amputation of left foot. Often times, I thought about my little brave doggy Babette who made such a profound impact on everyone who met her. I gained some inspiration and strength from that little doggy.

In the spirit of Babette, I have developed a passion for disabled persons and disabled animals. Actually, I am now a disabled person. Citizen Kane had Rosebud. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man had Babette.

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com

Sunday, June 09, 2019

Apathy

There is a sense of natural apathy associated with power equipment accidents. The sad reality is that I feel that I am trying an innovative approach to creating yard safety awareness. I do not see anything wrong with my approach, yet I share some recent feedback from two loyal supporters of Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man with different opinions below:

"Your endeavor is seen as very, very, very weird. No real, normal, rich, powerful, successful people want anything to do with a poor peasant buffoon like you."

"You are a pioneer. A real pilgrim in the fight for yard saftey. You should be canonized someday."

I appreciate these words of encouragement, and I continue to forge ahead with my yard safety awareness crusade. Furthermore, I have learned that nobody really cares about yard accidents until they or someone they know gets hurt. The power equipment people think that the yard accidents are the result of human behavior and poor judgment. The yard accident victims (if alive) believe that there were not enough safety precautions. I recognize that there is significant room for improvement in communicating the yard safety message and improving yard safety education. I do not think that Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is weird. I think that my approach is necessary in order to create some awareness so that yard safety accidents can finally be prevented. Yard safety is not a joke, yet the serious approach has not solved the problem. Therefore, The Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man Show continues.

If asked specifically, most people express appreciation and gratitude for my yard safety awareness. Otherwise, nobody really cares even though about 500,000 individuals each year experience a yard accident. It is a very bizarre phenomenon. Think before you cut. It hurts. (tm)

Richard Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
https://www.rescuerick.com


Graduation

Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man attended a high school graduation ceremony last evening. After the commencement ceremony, I mentioned to several people that yard safety awareness might be added as a requirement for getting a high school diploma. Then, I mentioned my yard accident and offered to show my reshaped left foot. Later, at a dinner celebration at a local restaurant, I was asked who I am and what I do for a living. In essence, my string was pulled, and Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man provided yet another unique experience of education and entertainment.

Furthermore, I enjoyed hearing the commencement speeches providing perspectives, reflections and visions. Indeed, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has lived a very unique life. I recognized the opportunity for Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man to speak at graduation ceremonies to impart some education and entertainment to the graduating class, guests, and officials. In short, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man would deliver a great and inspirational speech.

Actually, Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man gave a commencement speech to some yard safety crusaders last night. It was a wonderful experience.

Be yard safe! Think before you cut. It hurts! Educate and graduate! Congratulations!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com


Dangerfield

I can relate to Rodney Dangerfield, the American comedian and actor best known for the catchphrase "I don't get no respect." Likewise, I don't get any respect either. Actually, Rodney received much more demand and respect than me. Nonetheless, there is danger in the fields. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man is an innovator and inventor of various yard safety concepts, products, and services. Furthermore, nobody really cares about yard safety. It is pathetic. Think before you cut. It hurts in many many ways!

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com



Friday, May 24, 2019

Memorial Day

It is Memorial Day Weekend.  Memorial Day 2019 is Monday, May 27th.

Memorial Day is an American holiday dedicated to the memory of all war dead. Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man (sm) is grateful for all of the men and women who have served in the U. S. military to protect and defend their country and to promote freedom, so that I can dress as a yard safety super hero and promote yard safety awareness.  I recognize that freedom is not free.  Often times, American citizens extend the concept of honoring war dead to all dead. I want to take a moment of silence to remember family members, friends, and fellow Americans who have passed away. (SILENCE)

Also, I must remember the individuals who have died while grass cutting - killed by outdoor power equipment. (SILENCE) The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that there have been over 3,000 fatalities during the past 30 years. In recent years, there are still about 150 lawn mower fatalities each year. This is one reason that the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man (sm) campaign exists. It is unfortunate that war sometimes results in loss of life while fighting for your country as a true patriot. Again, I want to thank all of the American soldiers who have served and are currently serving their country. Furthermore, it is really unfortunate to die from a fatal outdoor power equipment accident. Wake-up America! Indeed, you can die from cutting grass. Think before you cut. It can kill you. BE SAFE! (tm) I hope that you enjoy this Memorial Day Weekend because the WAR DEAD and the LAWN MOWER DEAD WILL NOT. Again, I am very grateful for the FALLEN WAR HEROES, and I recognize the LAWN MOWER DEAD.  I remember DECEASED FAMILY and FRIENDS.  I respect and honor all the lives of the DEAD.  THANK YOU! (SILENCE)

21 Lawn Mower Salute! (SILENCE)

Thank you for serving our country. Thank you for the memories! (CELEBRATE LIFE)

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com 

Monday, May 20, 2019

Little Lamb

Little Lamb
by Richard Mudrinich 

Mary had a little lamb who mulched grass like a lawn mower. 
Mary had a little lamb until the lawn mower accident. 
Think before you cut. It hurts. (tm) 

Richard T. Mudrinich 
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man 
http://www.rescuerick.com


My Mom

I am grateful for my mom. My mom, Helen Mudrinich, has influenced Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man. She has a long history of reaching out to help other people. She seems to always put other people before herself in a Christ-like fashion. Also, my mom has really cared for Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man. She really helped me immediately after my lawn mower accident. It was a very difficult and challenging time for several reasons. My mom took care of me. Likewise, I have inherited a will to rescue people from having a yard accident. If not for my mom, the many yard safety innovations that Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man has introduced to the world would have never happened. My mom is in Heaven now.  Thanks for the memories and teachings!

Also, I want to suggest to all mothers the importance of adding yard safety to the skills and tools that you give and teach your children. Each year, children represent about 20% of all people who get hurt from outdoor power equipment related accidents. Furthermore, I encourage all mothers to give their children the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man yard safety tips, to become better prepared and more knowledgeable about using outdoor power equipment. I recognize that motherhood introduces considerable responsibility. Please visit the Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man website http://www.rescuerick.com to learn more about yard safety. I do not want your baby to get hurt.

Richard T. Mudrinich
Rescue Rick the Grass Cut Man
http://www.rescuerick.com